Do you like the way certain clothes fit your body? Do you hate the way certain clothes fit your body? Would you like a perky rear-end? Would you be willing to consider butt lift surgery? Butt lifts are becoming the new norm in society today. The treatments are invasive, but they’re not as invasive as other medical treatments. This means that you’ll receive a much shorter down-time for recuperation. If you have lost shape thanks to losing weight, then you’re a prime candidate for service. If you strictly want to it for vanity reasons, then you are also a prime candidate.
Lets get down to what this surgery is, and how it can benefit you. There are two types of butt lift surgery. The traditional treatment and the Brazilian treatment. The traditional butt lift does a great job of lifting the butt by removing fat, tissue and excess skin. This is made possible by an incision into the buttock. Some surgeons will utilize a technique for tightening the underlying muscles. These deep sutures are designed to hold the buttock in position, especially while it heals. For tightening sagging tissue, your surgeon can apply two distinct techniques knows as the butterfly butt lift and the upper butt lift. Depending on your specific needs, your surgeon will determine what’s best for you if needed.
The famous Brazilian butt lift is far less invasive as your surgeon will utilize a liposuction technique to transfer fat. This fat can be removed from the abs or thighs via small incisions. Injections of the fat is made through the incisions into the buttock. For those who are suffering with extreme sagging in this area, a traditional butt lift is the better route. The city of Dallas, Texas, has a number of butt lift surgeons, but make sure to do your due diligence before proceeding.
NewsWatch is one of the premier sites for reporting on upcoming technology. When Saygus phones were looking to fund the development of their new smartphone, the Saygus V Squared, they turned to NewsWatch to make reviews of the phone as well as promote their indiegogo campaign. Sure enough, Saygus met their funding goal and even exceeded it by $300,0000. What separates NewsWatch from the crowd is their connection to both companies and consumers that allows them to communicate the ideas of the company as well as the desires of the consumer.
Don’t let all this talk about technology fool you, NewsWatch has been in the business for a while. They started in 1990 as a program focused on financial issues, and through the 1990s they expanded out to covering various consumer and entertainment products. It was in 2011, over 20 years after their founding, that they began their tech reporting segment. Since then they have worked with various Fortune 500 companies to produce the latest product reviews for an array of brands from Audi to Sony.
In almost three decades of existing, NewsWatch has not just survived the changes in modern media, but thrived. On top of working with internationally regarded brands, they have had household names like Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence on their show, which demonstrates the level of cultural clout they continue to hold in today’s day and age. If you are looking for a direct line from brands to consumers, there are few organizations better than NewsWatch TV Reviews.
WAX (or the Worldwide Asset eXcahange) was created as a decentralized platform for virtual asset trading. Participates in the marketplace buy and sell assets such as in-game items or game assets. The platform has seen significant growth since it’s release. As WAX grows, they’ve had to overcome some technical challenges.
One example is how to safeguard the WAX Token and Virtual Asset Bond. WAX found an answer by utilizing a multilayered governance approach that is regulated by token holders themselves. These token holders are called Transfer Agents, and are supervised by committees known as guilds. The magic of this system is that if the Transfer Agents don’t do what is expected of them, their financial assets will be at risk.
Another key advancement by WAX is the integration of fractionalizing physical items. Allowing users used to own a fraction of an expensive piece of memorabilia, such as a baseball signed by Babe Ruth, or an original Mozart painting. By incorporating physical items, WAX services see an increase to both value, potential users, and increased security of the physical item.
The President of WAX is Malcolm CasSelle, an entrepreneur as well as CIO of OPSkins. Malcolm was brought on in 2017 due to his overall experience and his expertise at running technology companies. Mr. CasSelle also holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from MIT as well as a master’s degree from Stanford in the same field. Being fluent in English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese is also factored into WAX’s hiring choice.
Malcolm CasSelle has an extensive background. Starting in 1995, Mr. CasSelle co-founded and then served as CTO for NetNoir, an Afrocentric culture focused media production website. Afterwards from 1998 to 2002, he was the Vice President of Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW), which is a Telco service provider headquartered in Hong Kong. From 2006 to 2013 Malcolm CasSelle served as a director of Hong Kong-based Capital Union Investments. Malcolm has a few other achievements and job experience (not included here), before finally joining WAX in 2017.